Financial Statement Analysis Calculator
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Analyze key financial statement ratios. These ratios are excellent for analyzing multiple investments in the same industry. Ratios include Current Ratio, Quick Ratio, Debt-to-Equity Ratio, Profit Margin, Return on Assets, Return on Equity, Working Capital, Asset Turnover, Free Cash Flow, Inventory Turnover, Receivable Turnover and Uncollected Sales.
- Net Revenues: Net, total or operating revenue.
- Cost of Goods Sold: Cost of Goods Sold (COGS).
- Depreciation EXP: Amount of depreciation expensed.
- Net Income: Net income (earnings) or loss. Net loss should be entered as a negative number.
- Cash & Equivalents: Cash on hand plus cash equivalents.
- Accounts Receivable: Accounts receivable for the current period.
- Current Assets: Current assets (cash and equivalents, receivables, inventory and near-term investments).
- Total Assets: Total assets.
- Current Liabilities: Current liabilities (includes near-term payables and debts).
- Total Liabilities: Total liabilities. Often, total equity and total liabilities are combined into one total. These need to be separated for calculation purposes.
- Total Equity: Total shareholder's or owner's equity (equity, paid-in capital and retained earning accounts). Often, total equity and total liabilities are combined into one total. These need to be separated for calculation purposes.
- Dividends Declared: Total dividends declared during the current period.
- A/R [prev]: Accounts Receivable from the previous period.
- Total Assets [prev]: Total assets from the previous period.
- Total Equity [prev]: Total equity from the previous period.
- Current Ratio: Current ratio is a company's ability to pay its short-term debts.
- Quick Ratio: Quick ratio calculates a company's ability to pay its short-term debts. Unlike Current Ratio it leaves out Inventory, which can rarely be turned into cash quickly to pay for short-term debts.
- Debt-to-Equity: Debt-to-equity ratio compares the amount of debt to the amount of equity.
- Profit Margin%: Profit margin is the amount of revenue that contributes to net income expressed as a percentage.
- Return on Assets%: Think of assets as investments. Return on assets measures how well that investment is turned into income (expressed as a percentage).
- Return on Equity%: Return on equity measures how well owner investment is turned into income (expressed as a percentage).
- Free Cash Flow: Amount of cash available for other activities beyond investor payouts.
- Working Capital: Working capital is the amount of current assets available to pay current liabilities.
- Asset Turnover: Measures how effective assets are used to produce sales: how often assets are turned into sales.
- Inventory Turnover: Calculates the amount of assets tied up in inventory. The higher the ratio, the faster inventory is turned over, the faster cash is received for those inventories.
- Receivable Turnover: Calculates the company's ability to transform accounts receivables into cash.
- Uncollected Sales: Calculates the average number of days it takes for a company to be paid for its accounts receivables (assumes a year is 365 days).
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